As annual tradition dictates, my sister and I hit up Renegade Chicago this weekend. Last year we went on Sunday and there were vicious, pushy crowds, while vendors were left with little variety in product. So, this year I vowed to make sure and go early. It worked. For better or worse, I dropped almost $200 bucks.
(the pictures below are all credited to the sellers, and items can be found by clicking on links AND pictures)
The digital photobooth, provided by Renegade. They had a suitcase of props. I can never pass up a photobooth opportunity.
one of these chalkboard quotes from RedVelvetArt,
a cute shoulder bag by Gerbera Designs. It is not this bag, but uses the same strawberry fabric, and has the coolest pockets and is reversible,
a brass necklace from RagTraderVintage.com (once again, not this particular necklace, it’s filigree instead),
dork-dance by Zoo-Mouse-Key, but my book is handbound and an original intaglio print book,
a couple prints from Paul Friedrich (onionhead monster).
Okay, check back later for part two of the things I got at Renegade. Dinner is done and the Mr. is getting restless.